Area Sports Briefs
Kevin Hartman skied to Sunlight ski team’s highest finish on Saturday and Sunday at a U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Rocky Mountain Division race in Aspen, cruising through the J3 division of the super G race in 42.43 seconds to take ninth place on Saturday. Hartman fell to 12th in the same race on Sunday with a time of 45.30 seconds.Kourtney Mitchell was the top placer for Sunlight on the women’s side, taking 11th place in the J3 super G in a time of 46.70 seconds on Saturday. In two more races on the same course on Sunday, Mitchell placed 14th and 15th, with times of 44.35 seconds and 45.24 seconds, respectively.
The Carbondale Recreation Department is still taking registrations for the indoor four-person adult volleyball league. Anyone age 16 or older who is interested in playing can call 704-4115 for more information. League play will be on Monday nights at the Carbondale Middle School gym beginning Jan. 22.
People age 16 or older who enjoy the game of tennis and want to learn a new sport can join the Carbondale Recreation Department on Wednesday nights from 7-9 p.m. at the Carbondale Middle School gym for a game of Pickle Ball. The drop-in fee is $5 per night. Information: 704-4115.
The Roaring Fork High School basketball teams’ game times at Gunnison have been changed for Friday night. The girls junior varsity will play at 3 p.m., the JV boys will follow at 4:30 p.m. Then the varsity girls will take the court at 6 p.m. and the boys will follow at 7:30 p.m.
In Monday’s Post Independent, a story about the Glenwood Springs wrestling team misidentified Blake Newby as a 199-pound wrestler, when he actually won the tournament’s 119-pound division with a major decision over Aurora Central’s Ricardo Vilalobos.Nick Croissant and Tyler Rossow went down in weight classes, not up. Croissant had been at 215 pounds, and Rossow at 189, before dropping to 189 and 171, respectively. It was also left out that Lance Tsosie took second place in the 160-weight class division.
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Fans, players and coaches on both sides of Stubler Memorial Field seemed to know it would come down just the way it did, regardless of who had the ball at the end.